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lol Thought this might be a little conversation starter... Now they are just like other photos of us together, just memories, nothing more, nothing less. at the risk of being redundant....i posted something similar in the thread you refer to fieryredhead.....i have posed for that sort of pic before. we lived quite a distance apart and it was a way to keep a spark when we hadn't seen each other in a few weeks. do i completely trust that he won't do anything with them? not really, as they were done tastefully without any complete nudity.

Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. In one of the cases above we took them with her camera, she downloaded and edited them as she saw fit, then would send them too me every so often. i think it's a great way to keep seduction alive...like lap dances or strip tease.yummy LOL! I was always better at landscapes and such when painting though.

Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... I KNEW who it was, but if I ever tried to show them how could I prove it was her? Edit them, and only then send them to your partner. I think every guy here would love to see juniper naked. Except if they allowed me to display the final work. :p Maybe when Mai comes to visit, I can get back in practice. Nope.me.I did get some pics from guys that were......nakey and in a suggestive position. I never got to meet them though..IM's and emails.they realize.. Maybe when Mai comes to visit, I can get back in practice. You know, you haven't mentioned her in days, and I was starting to wonder if there was trouble in paradise...^^^^ have mercy! as i had seen some other posts of yours commenting on junipers nakedness fieryredhead i have a question for you....you say nude pictures what exactly do you mean? i myself wouldn't consider mine artistic, but tasteful anyway.

This comes nine days after the new FYI channel, an A&E offshoot, introduced “Married at First Sight,” in which strangers paired by supposed experts begin their relationship by marrying, then decide whether they like each other.

What concerns us here is that no one seems to have thought through the economic implications of what these fatuous shows represent, specifically the inexorable march toward television that is all nude, all the time.“Dating Naked” won’t seem all that scandalous to inhabitants of the texting generation, for whom sharing photos of their naughty bits is now routine.

The ultimate didn’t-think-this-through, though, is envisioning how these shows match up with another booming genre, the wedding-dress series, represented most prominently by the “Say Yes to the Dress” franchise.

That genre is built on tensions related to selection of the dress and the groom’s likely reaction to it.

What happens to such shows when the bride and groom haven’t even met before the wedding and they’re married in their birthday suits?